Bahujan Literature and the Dwij eye of history

Bahujan Literature is not just about literary events. It’s not just a voice against socio-economic inequality. It’s the clarion call of the common man for freedom and equality in the face of any of the forms of exploitation that results from a hegemonic culture. Even progressive historians like Ram Sharan Sharma have shied away from this truth

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Mahishasur: A people’s hero

The Case for Bahujan Literature

The Common Man Speaks Out

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